Donald Trump Mercilessly Mocked For Ranting About Censorship ... In The Wall Street Journal

"The first WSJ opinion written in crayon," one Twitter user wrote in response to the former president's essay.

Twitter users spotted a big contradiction in an opinion piece written by former President Donald Trump and published Thursday on The Wall Street Journal’s website.

Trump ranted about being censored by social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook, who booted him from their platforms following his incitement of the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this year.

The former president is now seeking class-action lawsuits against the social media companies, alleging an infringement of his First Amendment rights.

Critics mocked the former president for using a piece in one of the country’s most-read newspapers to complain about not having a platform. They also criticized the conservative publication for publishing the piece in the first place, given Trump’s attempts to subvert democracy by overturning the 2020 election result: